Thursday morning car news roundup Nov. 14, 2013

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Exclusive: GM CEO could exit in 2014; no formal search yet – Reuters . “In addition to Reuss, who is 50, the other GM executives seen as potential CEOs are global product development chief Mary Barra, 51; Vice Chairman Steve Girsky, 51; and Chief Financial Officer Dan Ammann, 41.”

Subaru to stop building Camrys for Toyota in Indiana –Automotive News. “Subaru is in desperate need of more capacity, as it aims for annual U.S. sales of 500,000 by 2016. That’s up from an estimated 420,000 units expected this year.”

Soda designer: Apps could replace interior controls – Just-auto. Talk about distracted driving.

MG coupe “in development”- Autocar. In China.

Japanese automakers to fund EV infrastructure –  Just-auto

 

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